Just erase, not format, the CD-RW. This should clean it all out and allow you to save data again.
I am new to cd burning and cd burning software as my old pc did not have a cd burner , I had a zip drive , which is the reason for all these questions reguarding how to burn data to a cd ....
I just found out that you can not delete unwanted entries burned on a cd ok so fine , I did not want some of the data that was on the backup as they were duplicated elsewhere .
So I re-did it again on another cd and tossed the first cd , the new cdrw had some data on it which I did not realize and nero erased/formated it and I backed up my whole my documents folder with 100 folders and about one thousand files in the folders minus the stuff I did want on the cd which was music and photos which I backed up to a different cd ,
But here is the problem... after the verification process I got a message with nero express software that said verification failed ok , I put the cd in my computer and everything looks ok to me ? So I don't understand what does this actually mean , do I have to re-do it on another cd again or is there something wrong with my cd burner or nero express or whats the reason for the message , will this cd be un-usable for doing incremental backups is it a bad cd ?